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Vinyl Flooring Click Systems For Sale
At Modern Living, we have a range of vinyl click systems for sale, so all of our customers can get the products they need for the right price. These flooring systems get their name from the mechanism with attaches them together. This mechanism allows the flooring to be clicked together, making for a hassle-free installation process. Vinyl click systems are a good option for those looking to install affordable, convenient, durable and water-resistant flooring. It is versatile and can be used in both bathrooms and kitchens. If you’re interested in our vinyl click systems for sale, browse the range today or contact our team for more information.
Vinyl Flooring Click System
See down below for our most frequently asked questions about vinyl flooring click systems.
What is vinyl click flooring?
Vinyl click flooring is a type of vinyl flooring system that locks or ‘clicks’ together. The click element allows for no glue to be used when attaching the tiles to the underlay. People choose vinyl click flooring when they want a look of authentic hardwood flooring for a reduced cost.
Vinyl click flooring is praised for its durability, looks, warmth and water resistance. It is also very easy to install.
Is vinyl click better than laminate?
Vinyl click flooring has a longer lifespan and better durability than laminate flooring. It has a better response to excess moisture and spills. Vinyl does tend to cost more than laminate flooring, but is mostly worth stretching your budget for.
You know what they say: buy cheap, buy twice. But with vinyl click flooring, you’ll only have to buy once.
Do I need underlay for vinyl click flooring?
The simple answer to this question is yes, for a lot of vinyl click flooring systems an underlay is required. However, more and more people are now opting for models like the Siena, as this has a built in underlay.
Does vinyl click flooring need an expansion gap?
When you install vinyl click flooring, you need to leave an adequate gap around the perimeter of the floor or where the floor meets another floor or surface. This is known as an expansion gap and is needed to accommodate any expansion that may occur.
A good gap to leave around your floor is about 1/2 cm , which will allow a good amount of room for expansion.
How to lay vinyl click flooring?
Vinyl click flooring can be laid tile by tile. You simply position the tongue side against the wall, define the expansion gap, press the joints together and tap with a rubber mallet. This will lock the flooring together, or “click” it if you will.
If you are in need of assistance when laying vinyl click flooring, you should always consult experts for any help.